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Best things to do in Spain

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Church
“What i like most about this must-see in Barcelona is the exhibition they have in the underground of the cathedral with the models Gaudí created to build it During the summer is necessary to book it in advance if you want to go in, if not it would be almost impossible to get a ticket for the day”
1059 locals recommend
Art Museum
“One of the most important art museums in the world housing masterpieces from local and international artists, with a calendar of temporary exhibitions. ”
656 locals recommend
Park
“Amazing park where you can picnic, relax and forget about the time. You can use a bike or any other choice to move around”
705 locals recommend
Park
“Park Güell is another Barcelona's wonders and must to see places. This is another art designed by Antoni Gaudí.”
620 locals recommend
Park
“One of the most beautiful parks just near to city centre and the beach. Great place to visit when going to Born area or beach. ”
741 locals recommend
Art Museum
“An important private collection of masterpieces, now belonging to the state and shown in a recently renovated historic house. Also a good calendar of temporary exhibits and events from lectures, to films or seminars. Also guided and/private visits ”
335 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“It is Antoni Gaudi’s most iconic work due to both its constructional and functional innovations, as well as its ornamental and decorative solutions. It is a complete artwork. A must when in Barcelona Web: www.lapedrera.com/es”
455 locals recommend
Seasonal eats in an modern space with an all-season terrace
“The contemporary arts center housed in a former historic hospital with an addition signed by French architect Jean Nouvel, that blends historic architecture and contemporary construction. Permanent collection with XIX-XXI art and temporary exhibits . Library, Bookstore, cafeteria. and gardens. Absolutely worth the visit. Check on free entrance days/hours.”
492 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“The Spanish people are very proud of their Artist Pablo Picasso and for a good reason!”
356 locals recommend
Bridge
“The spectacular Pont du Gard is an ancient Roman aqueduct bridge built in the first century AD to carry water to the Roman colony of Nemausus. It crosses the Gardon River near the town of Vers-Pont-du-Gard. The Pont du Gard is the highest of all Roman aqueduct bridges, and one of the best preserved. Definitely worth a visit. ”
404 locals recommend
Castle
“Castelo. The view from under the umbrella pines on the Castle’s esplanade takes in Alfama, the Baixa, Bairro Alto on the hill opposite, and the river. The light here is particularly warm in the late afternoon, encouraging you to linger.”
473 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Surely "the" museum to visit in Barcelona. For the artist and for the building. Imagine Montcada Street, in the Gothic quarter, five mansions united to form a museum, lovely to visit. About Pablo Ruiz Picasso the museum is essential to understand his formative years. The genius of the young artist is revealed to us through more than 3,500 works that make up this permanent collection.”
391 locals recommend
Plaza
“A trip to the origins of the city. The Plaza Mayor in Madrid is one of the most emblematic points of the city, along with the Puerta del Sol, the Fuente de Cibeles or the Puerta de Alcalá.”
426 locals recommend
Museum
“ City of Arts and Sciences is a cultural and architectural complex in the city of Valencia. It is the most important modern tourist destination in the city of Valencia and one of the 12 Treasures of Spain.”
346 locals recommend
Neighborhood
“Has a very animated night life - Very popular Bars, restaurants and night clubs are located in this neighbourhood in downtown Lisbon.”
550 locals recommend
Palace
“The Royal Palace of Madrid (Spanish: Palacio Real de Madrid) is the official residence of the Spanish royal family at the city of Madrid, although now only used for state ceremonies. The palace has 135,000 square metres (1,450,000 sq ft) of floor space and contains 3,418 rooms.[1][2] It is the largest functioning royal palace and the largest by floor area in Europe.[3]”
314 locals recommend